You need to bring cylinder #1 to top dead center of the compression stroke. Then remove the distributor cap & see which post the rotor is pointing towards. Replace cap & place cylinder #1 plug wire to that post. Follow clockwise around the dist cap with cylinders 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124
It is screewed into the very back of the block, but up on top right behind the Distributor.
its at the back of the engine right side of the distributor
if equiped its right next to your speedohmeter
The left bank is 1,3,5,7 and the right bank is 2,4,6,8. The distributor turns clockwise.
It is right beside the Distributor.
Yes it will fit right in there. No problems.
It is right behind the Throttle body and just to the right of the distributor. The wire that is in the center of the distributor cap hooks to the ignition coil.
It is located just to the right of the distributor. As you look down on the right side of the distributor of under it you will see the sender.
Probably sucking air somewhere or distributor is 180 degrees off
Yes it will bolt right up.
4.3? Follow the spark plug wires from the spark plugs, they will lead you right to the distributor.
NO IT WILL NOT.... You MUST stay under the year of 2000 to get the right 1
A person must leave the right size gap for the spark plugs when changing them. The 1999 Chevy Suburban has a spark plug gap of .060 inches.
it should be right behind T.B.I unit....just follow your spark plug wires from block to..distributor and there it is....
Right behind the distributor and it is tough to get to.
It is right behind the distributor, It is hard to get to.
The timing on that engine is controled by the PCM / computer. You can set it by ear good enough to make it run. But you will need a OBD II engine scanner to get it right.There is no other way.
It is on the right front bottom side of the engine.
I would be looking at the distributor shaft. They have been known to loose their magnetism. I've had this problem with my 1987 Suburban in the past.
Yes they will, bolt right on. My1995 Suburban has 5 lug rims and I have a co-worker who has a 2008. His has 6 lug rims. His would not fit mine.
Remove the 'dog house' and you'll see it right in front of you.
It is right behind the distributor. It is HARD to see and to get to.
It is right behind the distributor.
It will screew into the top of the engine block just to the right of the distributor
It is located on the driver side. Right below the second door.